--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, gerbal88 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > According to MMY, the root cause of natural
> > disasters is stress, as you know.  Reducing the
> > levels of stress in the "atmosphere" will therefore
> > reduce the number and severity of natural disasters.
> > Seems as good an  explanation as any for such a notion.
> Not sure who wrote the above. Something to do with TM preventing 
> tsunamis??? What a piece of twerpitis!

I wrote it. 

> A tsunami RESULTS FROM a reduction in the level of stress. One 
> plate was under stress from another and let go. The stress was 
> reduced. The resultant tsunami killed lots of folks.

Geologically speaking, yes, but I suspect that's not
what MMY had in mind.

The idea would be, I believe, that a reduction in the
levels of stress *in the (metaphysical) "atmosphere"*
would mean that the kinds of self-adjustments of the
earth's crust you're referring to wouldn't happen as
often, or the results would be less extreme, or they'd
happen in different ways, maybe little by little over
time rather than all at once.

Or to put it another way, if Nature weren't so busy
dealing with stress in the "atmosphere," it could pay
more attention to making the necessary adjustments in
a less destructive manner.

(Yes, I'm anthropomorphizng Nature here, but I hope
the basic idea comes across.)

Caveat for the TNBs: I am *not* claiming that this is
how things happen.  I don't know if it does or not; it
seems pretty far-fetched.  But to argue that it can't
be the case because tsunamis are caused by the release
of geological stress is to knock down a straw man.

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